Grivel G12 Crampon

Grivel G12 Crampon
Grivel G12 Crampon
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G12 Crampon by Grivel
Alpine climbers and mountaineers count on the versatile Grivel G12 Crampons to take on any terrain they encounter in the mountains. The G12's time-proven design is an excellent choice for everything but the steepest pitches of ice.

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SKU: GRV0050
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